Russell were presented with an ECO Stars certificate for our efforts to reduce vehicle emissions at East Dunbartonshire's Clean Air Day this June.
The day was set up by the Clean Air Day Scheme and the ECO Stars Fleet Recognition Scheme. The Clean Air Day Scheme began in 2017 with the goal of informing citizens and businesses on the dangers of air pollution and the steps to be taken to improve air quality. The ECO Stars Fleet Recognition Scheme is a scheme that aims to help fleet operators improve efficiency, reduce fuel consumption & emissions and make cost savings.
The day included presentations from East Dunbartonshire Councillor Susan Murray, the Council’s Executive Officer Evonne Bauer, and Mark Cavers from ECO Stars. Thank you to Eddie Grier, Russell’s Driver Resource Manager, who accepted the award on Russell’s behalf.
"Through our Air Quality Action Plans we are working with local people and businesses to clean up the air in our towns and villages. Clean Air Day is an opportunity to recognise businesses who are doing their bit.”
Susan Murray, Vice Convener of the Place, Neighbourhood & Corporate Assets Committee.